Universities’ plan for a new health threat

Nancy Santos Gainer, Spokesperson, West Chester University.

William Schaffner, MD, professor of infectious diseases, Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, Nashville.

Amesh Adalja, MD, Infectious Disease Specialist, Principal Investigator, Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security, Baltimore.

Leana Wen, MD, emergency physician, professor of public health policy, George Washington University, Washington, DC.

Shilpa Bakre, Spokesperson, University of Texas.

Georgetown University: “Public health alert: suspected case of monkeypox”.

Bucknell University: “Information on monkey pox”.

The hill: “Monkeypox case found on George Washington campus.”

The GW hatchet: “First case of monkeypox identified in the GW community.”

STAT: “As monkeypox spreads, college campuses brace for another outbreak.”

University of North Florida: “Monkeypox”.

Northwestern University: “Monkeypox Information: Planning Our Approach to Preparedness and Prevention”

Cornell University: “Monkeypox: what you need to know”.

Heather Harper, Spokesperson, University of California.

CDC: “2022 US Map & Case Count,” “Considerations for Reducing Monkeypox Transmission in Congregate Living Settings.”

Chicago Grandstand: “Colleges and universities in Illinois begin preparation for monkeypox with students expected to return this month.”

CNN: “To prepare for a possible spread of monkeypox, colleges are focusing on educating students.”

Community Impact Journal: “UT Austin responds to first confirmed case of monkeypox on campus.”

The Philadelphia Investigator: “West Chester student tests positive for monkeypox.”

Dive into higher education: “Here’s what colleges need to know to prepare for monkeypox.”

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